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Heart Advice on Death and Impermanence
Death is something we all have to deal with in our lives. We ourselves are going to die one day, and even before that, we will probably have relatives and friends who will die. Ven. Geshe Ngawang Dakpa presents a traditional approach to reflecting on death and the disadvantages of not contemplating the passage that we all face. He provides glimpses on the essential points to consider and the path to follow.
Death, dying, Tibetan Buddhism, karma, future lives, rebirth, impermanence, enlightenment
The lectures are given in Tibetan and translated into English. Please note that the translations have not been checked.
For further information, please visit Tse Chen Ling Center for Tibetan Buddhist Studies at www.tsechenling.org
August 23, 2007
I hear my refuge Lama
Thank you for teacing me, Geshe-la! Thank you for translating Tenzin Lama. I am only a young Buddhist mind.
June 15, 2007
First seconds missing - otherwise great
In the file I downloaded (MP3, 64kbps) the first seconds until (1:37) are missing.
Someone I know volunteers in a hospice with Christian and Buddhist staff, so this file (and the others on this topic) were a good introduction.
Thank you very much!